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Untold Forms of Life

“There is no dead matter… Its inertia is merely an outward show behind which untold forms of life lie hidden”. Bruno Schulz, The Street of Crocodiles 1934

The anxieties and isolation of the recent global pandemic are reflected in this new body of work, shown at Messums London in 2021, alongside several of the earlier European folk figures. While referencing the recurring theme of the life in inanimate objects, this new group explores these difficult emotions, and offers hope that the arts can contribute to healing through collaboration and community.

Photos by Sylvain Deleu

Solitude, 2020, Ceramic
Solitude, 2020, Ceramic
Nostalgia, 2020, Ceramic
Nostalgia, 2020, Ceramic
Melancholy, 2021, Ceramic
Melancholy, 2021, Ceramic
Abjection, 2020, Ceramic
Abjection, 2020, Ceramic
Hope, 2020, Ceramic
Hope, 2020, Ceramic
Anxiety, 2021, Ceramic
Anxiety, 2021, Ceramic
Contemplation, 2021, Ceramic
Contemplation, 2021, Ceramic
Nemesis 2, 2021, Ceramic
Nemesis 2, 2021, Ceramic
Wistful Portrait, 2020, Ceramic
Wistful Portrait, 2020, Ceramic
Pensive Portrait, 2020, Ceramic
Pensive Portrait, 2020, Ceramic
Artist, 2021, Ceramic
Artist, 2021, Ceramic
Poet, 2021, Ceramic
Poet, 2021, Ceramic